Civil LItigation Attorneys


Florida Civil Litigation Attorneys

Trustworthy Advocates with A Successful Track Record. Serving clients throughout the entire state of Florida, including Jacksonville, Florida Keys, Pinellas County, and the South Florida Tri-County area.

Individuals, groups, and businesses can file a civil lawsuit to settle legal issues. Our attorneys can help you pursue monetary damages for losses or hardships, and advocate for you every step of the way. Whether your case goes through small claims court, circuit court, or a federal litigation process, our attorneys can help. With our successful track record, Moore Rabinowitz Law can effectively protect your rights and interests in court.

We are proud to serve the entire  State of Florida, including the South Florida Tri-County area. 
Call Moore Rabinowitz Law at (754) 253-8387.

What Is Civil Litigation in Florida? 

Civil Litigation involves civil or non-criminal matters in a court of law. According to the law, civil matters can be familial relationships or wrongdoing between business entities. There are many types of civil litigation available, depending on the circumstances. 

Once a person or group has filed a claim with the court, the civil litigation process begins. The process is similar to the criminal process, in that it may involve a discovery phase, trial, and appeal. Yet, there is no sentencing hearings or criminal penalties. 

Instead, the parties go before the court and provide documents related to the claim that the judge will evaluate. The judge may award damages to mitigate losses or account for emotional turmoil. In some cases, it may be better for the plaintiff and defendant to settle out of court, to avoid a lengthy litigation process or significant losses.

Civil Trial

In most cases, the judge will encourage both parties to settle out of court. However, if the case goes to trial, they must be willing to present witnesses and evidence to the court. The judge will determine which information is presentable to the court based on the rules of evidence. 

The attorneys representing the plaintiff and defendant may object to pieces of evidence or questions to narrow the scope of the case. Once all the evidence has been presented and closing arguments made, the judge will determine the case's outcome. If they are guilty of wrongdoing, the judge may award damages to the plaintiff or issue financial penalties to the defendant. 

Why choose Moore Rabinowitz Law? 

Whether you pursue a settlement or proceed with a civil trial, our experienced attorneys can help you pursue a favorable result. Our attorneys provide exceptional civil legal counsel based on more than 60 years of combined experience in and out of court.

We handle the following civil litigation disputes: 

Our attorneys collaborate with our clients to better understand their goals. We thoroughly investigate the evidence and put our decades of experience toward creating a strategy. Our attorneys do not back down – we aggressively advocate for our clients and act with their best interests in mind. 

Schedule a consultation with our civil litigation attorneys at Moore Rabinowitz Law.

Contact Us

Call 754-253-8387 to request your consultation!

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